Transfer and Sustainability

The aim, especially of some of the non-university cooperation, is to make the research and results known to a broader, also non-academic public, and equally to political actors and decision-makers, and to enter into an exchange on current issues of high social relevance, including on topics like migration and climate change. The Käte Hamburger Dialogues format, accompanied by bilingual briefing papers, has been specially established for this purpose. The Centre consistently pursues an open-access policy for all in-house publication series as well as the content of its extensive website. The Global Cooperation Research Papers deal with scientific issues, the Quarterly Magazine serves as a platform for current reports and assessments by a network of experts on the research topics of the Centre. In the future, the academic work of the (guest) researchers will be increasingly published as open-access and thus made available to interested readers worldwide.